[DEPOSIT] Quarter of Pastured Highland-Angus Beef (Dundonald Highlands)

$99.00


***NOTICE***

NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT: $99

DELIVERY: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2022

GRAND TOTAL ESTIMATED AT $899 – $1,349 FOR 100 – 150 POUNDS OF BEEF

ABOUT THIS BEEF

This beef is pasture-raised during the warmer months and fed hay during the cooler months, along with local cracked-corn.

DRY-AGING

Beef is 14 – 21 days dry-aged for optimal flavor and tenderness.

NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT: $99

When ordering, please indicate your preference of FRONT or HIND quarter.

TOTAL COST

$4.99/pound (hanging weight) + Processing + FREE Grand Rapids/Fremont Area Delivery (at cost everywhere else OR free pick-up in Byron Center, MI)

Grand total estimated at $899 – $1,349 for 100 – 150 pounds of beef

INVOICING AND BALANCE DUE

You will be invoiced for the balance of your order. Balance due at or before delivery date.

FREE DELIVERY ZONE

Ada, Belmont, Byron Center, Caledonia, Cascade, Cannonsburg, Comstock Park, Forest Hills, Fremont, Grand Rapids, Grant, Grandville, Hudsonville, Jenison, Kentwood, Newaygo, Rockford, Sparta, White Cloud, and Wyoming

$25 DELIVERY ZONE

Allendale, Belding, Cedar Springs, and Lowell

DELIVERY AT COST EVERYWHERE ELSE

$2/mi. from Grand Rapids or Fremont, whichever is closer

FREE PICK-UP IN BYRON CENTER, MI

Dundonald Highlands (Three Rivers, MI)

Eddie Mackay raises beef the old-fashioned way and his beef quality is award-winning…

MacKay, a native of Scotland and former president of the National Highland Cattle Association, raises heritage Highland beef on pasture at Dundonald Highlands in Three Rivers, MI.

His steers have won first place at county fairs for exceptional, prime marbling (that’s almost unheard of from pastured beef)…

That’s because of his expertise in breeding and raising cattle using traditional farming methods.

For example, he keeps his cattle on pasture even when–for the last 90 days–he also supplements their diet of clover and alfalfa grasses with cracked-corn from a local farm.

The result is healthy, nutrient-dense beef that is juicy, tender, and flavorful.

But you can get a Dundonald Highlands beef quarter only a couple times each year and only here.

The Breed

Highland cattle is one of Britain’s oldest cattle breeds, world-renowned for making excellent beef. In fact, the British Royal Family keeps a herd/”fold” of Highlands at Balmoral Castle. It is a breed that developed over hundreds of years in the northern regions of the Scottish Highlands, a land of rugged terrain and harsh conditions. It is both a hearty and docile breed, like the people who come from that land, people who have been described somewhere as “poet-warriors”.

Highland Cattle at Balmoral Castle, Scotland
Highland Cattle at Balmoral Castle, Scotland

2 reviews for [DEPOSIT] Quarter of Pastured Highland-Angus Beef (Dundonald Highlands)

  1. Jeff Stafford

    Process was very easy, positive and fast. This was a 1st order so I was not aware of the option to give butcher instructions. Also I ordered 1/4 cow, front section and I was underwhelmed with the size and amount of steaks provided as compared to ground beef.

    With that said, the meat has tasted great, the process was customer friendly, and the product is healthy.

    I plan to make a 2nd order, trying the rear section and consider providing butcher instructions.

  2. Jude Stover

    Yum yum the best beef EVER! Have been ordering from Jeff DUBA for a couple years started with just burger bundles but just bumped up to a quarter beef which has not disappointed me so luscious!!

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